- Ibrahimovic has been charged with violent conduct for his attitude during Man Utd's home clash against Bournemouth
- The United striker ferociously elbowed Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings and is now set to be banned
- Mings was also found culpable for stamping his boot on Ibrahimovic's head in the fixture
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been found culpable of violent conduct during their grudge fixture against Bournemouth on Saturday, March 4.
The 35-year-old appeared to have elbowed Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings as the visitors forced the Reds to a 1 – 1 draw at the Old Trafford.
The Cherries’ defender had with his boot stamped the Manchester United player on his head and moments later Zlatan launched a revenge by ferociously hitting Mings with his elbow.
The duo were eventually not punished in a highly controversial fixture handled by referee Kevin Friend, but Ibrahimovic has since pleaded his innocence by saying “he jumps into my elbow”.
However, the plea has fallen to the ‘deaf ears’ of the FA and United's leading scorer this season will be punished.
Although Zlatan is expected to file an appeal, he will miss United’s FA Cup sixth round showdown against Chelsea as well as Premier League fixtures against Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion if he is unsuccessful.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth’s Mings is expected to miss a staggering six matches for stamping on Ibrahimovic.